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Want to learn How to create and set up your blog email? This is how you can create a professional email for your blog domain.
Would you like your own e-mail address for your company? For example, my (email protected)
If you want something other than (email protected) and something more professional, that's fine too.
In fact, I recommend all business owners to do this.
When it comes to building your website, having a business email is important as it will help create a professional image and build trust for your company.
Today I'm going to show you exactly how to do that, either for free with Bluehost or paid for through G Suite. Either way is easy and I highly recommend choosing one of them.
If you haven't started a blog yet, I recommend starting with my tutorial first – How to Start a WordPress Blog.
Related content for creating a blog:
How to create and set up your blog email address.
Step 1: Click the Advanced tab.
If you'd like to set up your free custom blog email using Bluehost, you can first sign into your Bluehost cPanel and then click the Advanced tab.
Step 2: Click on Email Accounts.
In the extended area scroll down to the section "E-Mail". You can then click Email Accounts to add a free email account for your website's domain name.
Note: This is also the dashboard that you return to when creating mailing lists, forwarding email addresses, autoresponders, and more.
Step 3: create an email account.
You can then compose the email of your choice by clicking the "Compose" button.
Step 4: Create your password.
You can then enter the information you want, e.g. B. The email address of your choice, which is automatically followed by the URL of your blog / website.
You will also be asked to create a password of your choice for your account.
Click "Create" when you're done!
Step 5: Choose your webmail application.
After you've created your email, you will be taken back to this page where you can manage your email account and choose your default webmail application that you want to use.
Step 6: how to check your email.
Based on the webmail application you choose, your email will look like one of these three examples above.
You can access it by clicking "Check Mail".
And that's all you have to do. You can now send email from your new custom email address.
Set up your paid business email address on your Bluehost dashboard with GSuite!
Now, if you'd prefer to use Google, you can too. For me, I use Google (G Suite). However, it costs money. Below are the steps to do this.
Step 1: how to compose a custom email with G Suite.
Bluehost offers two different options for email: Microsoft Office 365 starting at $ 4.99 per month for the basic package, or G Suite for $ 6 per month with all the features you need.
I recommend G Suite as that's what I use.
Step 2: choose your price.
With G Suite, you can pay either monthly or yearly. If you choose to pay annually, you actually get two months for free.
You can also choose the number of users you want for this email.
Step 3: Pay for your order.
Once you've added your option to your cart, you'll have the option to use the same payment method or choose a different one if necessary. When you're done, click "Process Order".
Step 4: order confirmation.
As soon as you have processed your order, you will see this order confirmation with your invoice number.
Step 5: compose your business email.
There is an option on the order confirmation page to "manage" your purchase. Click on it and here you will be able to compose your business email for G Suite.
Step 6: Click the Create button.
After you've entered the correct information and clicked Create, you'll see this message while your account is being processed.
Step 7: Sign in to your new custom business email.
Click the G Suite Sign In button to sign in to your Gmail email account. You then enter your email address and password.
Step 8: send and receive emails.
You will then be directed to your G Suite admin console where you can access all of your data, reports, billing, domains, users, and more.
From here you can now receive and send e-mails using this e-mail account. You're all set up and ready to go.
You now have a custom blog email address.
Do you have a blog